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post #61 of 775 (permalink) Old 04-04-2003, 07:24 PM
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Hmmm..... LodeStar Astronomy Center ??? Do you get employee discounts? A Meade 10" Schmidt-Cassegrain's on my Wish List.....

If not, no worries, LOL....can't get it for a while, anyway...that's why it's on the Wish List!

I remember the Pell Grants well. They helped out immensely during the 4th and 5th year of my 4-year music degree. I lived off of them for 2½ years. Sounds like you have a rather interesting field of study....astronomy is a big hobby of mine.
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I do get discounts from our StarWorks store...but no one gets discounts on telescopes... weak huh?


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That is another plus to the Teaching/Social services field. Lot and Lots of women!! I meet 5 times as many women in my field as I do men.

hmm....in contrast, my college class of approx. 50 students in electrical engineering had a grand total of 1 woman.

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hmm....in contrast, my college class of approx. 50 students in electrical engineering had a grand total of 1 woman.
Yea I know, but I couldn't stay in school forever!!


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I am a Photo Technician.
OK, I work at a 1-HR in a grocery store. $7.00/hr and I get a raise in about 2 weeks. My boss has been good on raises, I'm pretty much his best employee. We got new fully digital equipment a couple weeks ago (Agfa D-3 replacing a crapped out Fuji minilab that worked like ***) There's a separate PC where we can do custom work.
To show you how hard I work I was taking pictures off of our wall of fame last night and playing headswap with Photoshop....I put my bosses head on a picture of his kids playing in a box, but it's a screwed up face of him, hehe. Then I was using Clone Stamp and other stuff to show my co-worker how to make skin and declothe people with the right techniques.
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That would be the best job ever. You know some people take some pictures of some WIERD ****. And some very cool **** too.

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People here I work at a photo:
1st and 2nd questions: Do you look at all the pictures? Do you see naked people?
yes and yes
3rd question: Do you ever keep any?
Uhhh....do I want to get fired and have a lawsuit?

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I'm a lycoming continental engien technician for G&N Aircraft inc. Pretty good money for an 18 year old, just out of high school (graduated symester!) I make 13/ hour which is very nice for my bills, girlfriend and performance mods =)

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Do you need A&P certification for that? I thought about the field when I was in High School but I wanted to be a pilot, not a mechanic (silly me!)


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Hi. New to your site ( no kidding )

I am a Certified Electronics Technician. I have my own shop . I also do vehicle wiring repairs and stereo installs. As if that is not enough I do home accesability removations Eg: wheel chair ramps, stair lifts, widening of doorways etc.

Wage? I charge $38 to 75/hour depending on what you want done, who you are and whether you bring in in to my shop or I have to go to you.

Last year I averaged $32+/hour after expenses.

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I work for Caterpillar Logistics I basically inspect broken military APU...er jet engines. Cool Place to work for. We are a small facility there are only ten of us all together. Mostly woman. Some days are great .. other days.. those woman can drive me to drink..

Right now we are in the process of opening a new facility in Jacksonville Fl, doing the same thing I do here so I'll be down there soon enough, hopefully causing havoc & chaos with my bird

But this is only for the time being..I plan on opening a resturant as soon as I get the funds together. But I'll tell you more about that later.



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Nope, no certification... I'm fresh out of high school =)

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I work for Caterpillar Logistics I basically inspect broken military APU...er jet engines. Cool Place to work for. We are a small facility there are only ten of us all together. Mostly woman. Some days are great .. other days.. those woman can drive me to drink..

Right now we are in the process of opening a new facility in Jacksonville Fl, doing the same thing I do here so I'll be down there soon enough, hopefully causing havoc & chaos with my bird

But this is only for the time being..I plan on opening a resturant as soon as I get the funds together. But I'll tell you more about that later.

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Jacksonville? My brother lives down there. Well actually Ponte Vedra Beach, lucky stiff. Got a great Golf course down there. I assume it is great, the PGA use it once a year.


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Nope, no certification... I'm fresh out of high school =)
Enjoy it and use it while you can!! What kind of Lycoming do you work on? GA powerplants or commercial/industrial?


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1997 T-Bird GT 4.6
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PBR Brake Calipers - Eibach Springs - KYB Shocks
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i delivery newspapersfor the florida times union its considered self employed ..i make pretty good money i cant complain i have the t-bird and a blazer and a work van soon to get a new harley davidson f150
Let me just repeat that... "t-bird and a blazer and a work van soon to get a new harley davidson f150 " and all from newspapers? Damn, that newspaper must be pretty expensive or have some hidden crack rolled up in the middle of it.
Just messin man, I know some people that have some pretty basic jobs make tuns of money, its just when I try to find a job like that it pays dirt cheap.

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University of Nebraska - Omaha, or Creighton University? (or is there another school in Omaha???)

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I build houses, I'm not exactly a carpenter, nor will I ever be. But I get to do most everything from building the forms for the foundation to framing to putting shingles on the roof. Not alot of fun, and it's pretty hard work sometimes (pouring concrete, carrying bundles of shingles, plywood, sheetrock, etc. ) but the pay is decent. And I get to learn quite alot of things. So I'm half carpenter, half laborer.
I just need a $2 million loan to go out in the real world and work for myself, yeah that will really happen...
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